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-tv, channel 26 and 78, i believe. and we want to thank sean tai who prior to this has done the videos for the board meeting. and would you please come up to the podium? thank you. the health service board would like to thank sean tai the founder of zty media for his excellent service documenting health service board meeting since october 2010. we commend shane for his professional dedication and technical expertise. this creation of the hss youtube channel has provided meeting access to hss members, elected officials, news media, and others who could not attend in person. these recordings were also used to document requests and questions posed by the board and public comment. in addition to his work for hss, we would like to acknowledge sean's commitment to the oakland digital arts and literary center, a nonprofit that empowers students and small businesses in undeserved communities to succeed in the digital economy. we encourage sean tai and zty media to be among the vendors that bid on other digital video services proposals issued by health service system. the members of the health
mistrust that the grassroots movement has, no offense, sean -- >> none taken. >> -- that the grassroots movement has with the republican party on this because there's a lot of things they feel they've kind of compromised on before. and whenever it comes to the discussion of compromise in washington, d.c., it's always it seems republicans who have to give up the most. democrats have to give up the least. >> is that, though, because the republicans only have one half of the house? i mean, they've got the house. but they don't have the senate. they don't have the white house. i mean, the fact is you've got to own all the moving parts if you want to call the shots. >> elections have consequences. that's why when i hear some individuals -- we had 3 million republicans that just didn't go out and vote this election. we lost swing states by a couple of hundred thousand votes. those were votes we could have gotten. we could have won those states. so yeah, elections do have consequences. we don't control the senate. so we can't sit here and demand we're going to have a repeal because there's no
to sean who is here from my staff who spent hours and hours and hours working with yo yashida. (applause) >> at the end of the day this is about content. and sean really partnered with apple-liscious who came up with a good idea and we believe it is one of the most powerful mobile applications certainly in the parks world and maybe in government. and right now it's primarily focused on information with a little bit of reservations but it's going to be able to do so much more over time as we continue to evolve as a department. so, love your parks. download one of these things. and let me introduce yo yashid, a. let me say to all of you out here keep doing what you're doing * . because with your help you are really making government better. so, i wanted to say thank you to the hatchery and everybody in this room. yo? (applause) >> thank you, thank you, mayor ed lee. thank you, phil ginsberg and the hatchery for hosting us. i use open data. our company was founded three years ago using open data. we are one of the first sustainable companies to use open data and be sustainable innovation, m
evidencia que el cigarro sean menos daÑinos que la marihuana. >>> no va a disminuir simplemente por la legalizaciÓn. >>> y se drogan mÁs los beisbolistas latinos? >>> la exigencia es grande. todo en al punto. ♪ ♪ >>> la crisis alimentaria que afronta guatemala continÚa co n cobrando vidas, mÁs de un millÓn de niÑos padecen desnutriciÓn crÓnica, erika tiene reacciones y escalofriantes cifras de menores al borde de la muerte. >>> nuestras cÁmaras captaron el momento en el que joselÍn era trasladada. >>> despuÉs de luchar por su vida despuÉs perdiÓ la batalla. carlos vargas dice que este no es un caso aislado. >>> hace 6 semanas rescate una niÑa de 15 aÑos. una semana mÁs tarde rescate otra de 15 libras. >>> y precisamente aÚn se recupera de la fundaciÓn esperanza de vida, junto a ella estÁ jorge lisandro, josÉ de dos aÑos. todos ellos pasaron semanas sin ingerir alimentos. >>> no hay suficiente para todos. tenemos una madre con 10 hijos. y tiene que escoger a quiÉn darle de comer. >>> el ingreso promedio es de 3 dÓlares al dÍa, lo que hace imposible alimentar
. >> heading the office is christian ethicist, sean casey, taking a leave from wesley theological seminary. casey said the office will observe the lines between church and state. >> we will insure that our engagement efforts will be consistent with the united states constitution and other laws, both in terms of the spirit and letter of the law. >> after the ceremony, i asked him to outline specific areas where he sees his team being effective. >> the public and political impact of lived religion across the planet is huge. it's almost impossible to measure, it's so large. so if we're going to be promoting human rights, if we're going to be doing development, if we're going to be trying to build for peace and mitigate conflict, we have to understand the religious dimensions of all of those sectors and frankly in the past we probably haven't had the capacity we should have in our diplomacy. >> he said they will not shy away from addressing the places where religion is part of the problem. >> it's not just dealing with the good religious people and ignoring the negative aspects of religious, r
sean buenas y d ebuena calidad. >> son claves para dejar de fumar mientras otros señalan que es un placebo que no sirve de nada, que ehay detrás de los cigarrillos electronicos. >> la solución podría ertar en una alernativa. >> se trata de los cigarros electroniso , no tiene tabaco ni alquitran. >> tenemos los desechables , recargable sy de aceite. >> se han convertrido en una herramienta para dejar de fumar. >> se han puesto populares porque tienen menos nicotina y se sienten com oun cigarro normal y arrojan vapor. >> las baterías calientan un aceiten creando el vapor. >> es una forma de tranquilizante también. >> tienes el hábito de tener el cigarrillo en la mano. >> si la utilizas para dejar de ufumar puede ser una buena herramienta pero también lo utilizan para reformar la nicotina. >> cuantos cigarros has fumado ahora. >> los smartphone ayudan mucho. >> la apklicacion te puede ayudar para pedir ayuda. >> si quiere más asistencia considere .... >> te da consejos. >> los cigarros electronicos podrían servir pero todo esta en la voluntad. >> cigarros electronicos , nunca
at the plate. he will sneak by the catcher. allows two hits. sean grounds it back to the pitcher. chula vista moving on. great run for our local heroes. they will be proud of our season once it wears off. >>> since the all-star break, a's seemed to have lost their mojo. pitching has been a slump despite five home runs. oakland has lost seven of the last night contests. sonny gray took three batters to get a home run. here a two run shot by jose. a's tied in the second, josh reddick, loves the canada air, fourth homer. two-run shot and war tied at 2. 4-3 jays. jose reyes, see ya! here is one of two r.b.i.s. guess who? reddick again. 5-4 jays and now two on for cespedes. catches him swinging. toronto wins. >> giants hosting the orioles. all three giants were on in the sixth. hunter pence with a bases loaded. 3-1 g-men. leads all of baseball, courtesy of a solo shot off the center. 466 feet. giants will hang on to win it 3-2 the final. >> this is the final season for the 49ers at candlestick. today they held their final fanfare. chance for fans to get up close and get autographs and watch them p
-american kids. guess what, jesse jackson, not heard from. sean hannity focused on it. there has been quite a few of those times, oddly mainstream media aren't interested in. >> two different interviews we've come so far. i think that she was fair and balanced about it. [ laughter ] >> kelly: stating that we've come so far. we should be able to discuss race without visiting the wounds 69 past but we should learn from the past where there is reconciliation and healing and hopefully transformation where we can get past this thing and be one america for all. am i being too optimistic. >> that is what martin luther king said. >> kelly: new target for late night jokes. how mu protein does your dog food have? 18 percent? 20? new purina one true instinct has 30. active dogs crave nutrient-dense food. so we made purina one true instinct. learmore at purinaone.com bjorn earns unlimited rewas for his small business take theseags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjors small busiss earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth why settle for les
sayththat title ix changes civilization. >>mpower women. >> okay, ell, sean is the former president of the association for girls and women. >> i would agree. >> wasn't civilization changing? >> gas. >> it has had a huge impact on our society today. >> so you were an athlete as a child. wn he wanted to play soccer, there wer overall teams. and you ended up is the only girl. >> correct. >> by college-age at penn state, there were some girls teams and i guess, there were some women's teams, but the teams that i played on, the soccer team was part of the status and we wanted to be a varsity team and get the recognition and support. at the time, peenn state do not support women's soccer, so we filed a title ix complaint o that we would have equal opportunities. john: i would argue that people were just waking up to what women can do at the time and this could happen anywhere. if women wanted to play sports universities woulde accommodated them. >> it would've hppened very slowly. john: why would theuniversity not want to help tse women? >> to provide activities in athletics that cost mon
. they will always give the benefit of the doubt. >> right. >> and i'll tell you, we have had other huge cases. sean bell in new york city. >> yes. >> and diallo. also shot uncontionibly by police officers and they were found not guilty. >> yes. >> and each of those were race- motivated type killings. >> absolutely. >> and that is one of the things that we come back to and is that there is not the same justice if they're a white and a black person involved. justice is not the same. every one of us, new call me crazy, but every one of us knows this would have been different had treyvon been white. >> you're not crazy on this point. having -- in the criminal justice system and the civil rights system from all of these years. there is anm accomplice it bias against all african-americans in the judicial system. >> yes. >> no one talks about it. everyone goes about their business, the decisions are made every day that a different for blacks and whites. >> even the laws are different. we talk about crack cocaine versus powder cocaine. >> and the enforcement of the laws are different. the aclu came out wit
of that bad news up again? i think priebus -- i'll go out on a limb. i saw priebus' interview with sean hannity about this. he basically said we want a base we can control. these guys are not going to promote us. so i think it's a ploy. i'm sure it's a sincere ploy, but i think it is a ploy about the debates, to say we're going to take our ball and bat and go home. >> except from the rnc's perspective you're going to have four-plus hours or i don't know how long it's going to be is primetime coverage and primetime story about hillary clinton. they'd probably like that for marco rubio and jeb bush, et cetera. >> one more nbc story this week, alec baldwin in talks for a show on msnbc. this is not a joke. i think it may be announced as early as this week. will you all be watching an alec baldwin talk show? >> i'd watch that. i think he's an interesting personality. the cable networks do not have hosts who are from a news background necessarily. why not alec baldwin? he's a guy who mixes it up. it could be exciting and energetic. >> i think it could be good. i've interviewed him. he's very
, sean hornback, all had opportunities during the course of their captivity to escape and none of them did that. people have characterized it as stockholm syndrome, i think it's probably a little bit more complicated than that given the circumstances. but she needed to keep herself alive. that's the key to absolutely everything. and that's exactly what happened. and she is alive. >> you'll hear these four horseback riders, horsemen, who were out in the wilderness talking about that a little bit later on during this press conference. we'll hit play, we'll pause, take a break and come back. play it. >>> wendy walsh is here. marc klaas is here. both have expertise in this subject. we're talking of the rescue of hannah anderson. let's play the press conference, then we'll talk more. >> you have that prickly feeling. you do what is right. and sometimes it's better to call and be wrong and not call and wish you had. i think everybody that's standing here would have done exactly what we did. there's nothing heroic about it. nothing. just that's what you do. >> do you feel like you were part o
and sean nicknamed that treat. and, indeed, it was. so when i began writing "we are water" i took those two actual unrelated hometown events, alice's untied death and the norwich flood, and i set them apart from each other like polls, electrodes i guess, and in the space between them, a kind of electrical energy began to bounce and crackle and generate itself, and electrical art if you will over the next four years became the arc of my story. and so as facts became fishing, ellis became the younger and more there'll josephus jones who dies at the hands of the bigoted white father who suspects that ellis has had a clandestine sexual relationship with his daughter. and the margaret moody became flood victim moral, his baby daughter perishes with her in the flood, and his five year old daughter grows up and becomes an unschooled outsider artist, and one of the novels two main characters. so before i close let me do one last bit of time traveling. this time into the not-too-distant future. at the end of october of this year, "we are water" will become available in libraries and brick-and-mortar
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